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RE: Sea Monsters: NG film for Oct. 2007
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> I was wondering around Mike Everhart's Oceans of
> Kansas website and
> stumbled over this... Apparently, National
> Geographic made a
> documentary of sorts about the Cretaceous Interior
> Seaway. It comes
> out this October.
> Accompany a team of palaeontologists as they work to
> solve an
> 82-million-year-old mystery ...
> Stunning photo-realistic computer-generated
> animation transports
> audiences back to the Late Cretaceous, when a great
> inland ocean
> divided North America in two. The film will follow a
> curious and
> adventurous dolichorynchops (familiarly known as a
> 'dolly') as she
> travels through life's stages, experiencing the
> world from her spot
> near the bottom of the food chain. Along the way,
> she'll encounter
> long-necked pleisosaurs, giant turtles, enormous
> fish, ferocious
> flippered crocs, fierce sharks, and the most
> dangerous sea monsters of
> all, the mosasaurs.
And no "birds with teeth"? Shame!
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